Sometimes finding the right words can be challenging. Zoom Events Chat Compose with AI Companion leverages AI technology, which may include third-party models, to help you write messages by using context from your conversation. You’ll maintain the ability to change messages by adding tone, inputting prompts, or changing the length of the message to give you confidence in what you’re communicating.
Additionally, hosts can manage Zoom Events Chat Compose with Zoom AI Companion for their event chat at the event level.
Learn more about using Zoom Events Chat Compose with AI Companion, using Zoom Events lobby chat, and managing Zoom Events Chat Compose with AI Companion at the event level.
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Zoom does not use any customer audio, video, chat, screen sharing, attachments, or other communications-like content (such as poll results, whiteboard, and reactions) to train Zoom’s or third-party AI models.
We evaluate and update our models periodically and those used to support Zoom AI Companion may change from time to time. For features in AI Companion that use third-party AI model providers, we will share relevant data with those third parties when you use the feature. For example, if you use compose with AI Companion to help draft responses in Zoom Events, the chat thread and your drafted response will be sent to the relevant model to provide the service. Data may be processed within U.S.-based data centers.
Learn more about how Zoom uses data to provide Zoom AI Companion features.
To enable or disable Zoom Events Chat Compose with AI Companion for all users in the account:
To enable or disable Zoom Events Chat Compose with AI Companion for a group of users: